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is going to pay for all this. in castro valley, john ramos, kpix 5. >>> developing news out of concord. a 14-year-old was rushed to the hospital after being hit by a car this afternoon. it happened at the intersection of solano way and grant street about 1:30. the intersection is blocked off for the afternoon and early evening. it may be blocked off for another hour. the teenaged boy was in critical condition. we are told the driver is cooperating with police. >>> crews in san bruno cleaning up a big mess after caltrain slammed in a big rig. that happened about 2:30 this afternoon on angus avenue. the truck driver says he tried backing up after approaching a bridge that didn't have enough clearance. but he was blocked by cars behind him and then you guessed it, within just a minute a southbound train was closing in. no injuries in the collision. right now, caltrain is single tracking it around the scene. there are about 30-minute delays. >>> a rude awakening for some concord residents after vandals slashed at least 60 car tires up and down the stre
. the temperatures are falling. it is going to be a cold night. 39 in concord and 37 in livermore and los gatos. bundle up first thing in the morning. mostly clear and cold. sunny and dry this weekend. and we are looking at a milder pattern next week. here is a look at your overnight readings. this is what we call winter. 28 by morning this napa and 29 this santa rosa. the chill is in the air. 34 vallejo and 32 in concord. mid30s fremont and palo alto and san jose and oakland, san mateo 38 and 41 in san francisco and santa cruz falling to 35 degrees. here is a look at the system that shutdown the grapevine and brought our rain and had some snow earlier this morning. reported to the national weather service in our local mountains and this system heading on out and we will be watching the area of high pressure taking over. the cold, dry air is filtering in. the high pressure takes control starting this weekend and really holds on right on through next week. so it is a dry pattern next week. no rain in sight. put the umbrellas away and take advantage of the weather we have coming. it is going to b
. >> tonight the concorde planning commission will meet to talk about a citywide ban on the outdoor cultivation of medical marijuana. contra costa times reports that the city attorney will ask the commission to recommend the ban to the city council. if approved it will limit marijuana growing to the inside of homes. residents who legally operate as backyard grow operation 8 challenge the resolution if approved by the city council. concord has a ban on medical marijuana dispensaries. >> san francisco mayor will announce the decision today of his choice to fill the city assessor's post that has been vacation -- vacated. it is urge clear who the mayor will name for the board of supervisors. he could face pressure to name another asian or woman on the board. >> s vietnam has -- silicon valley has bounced out of the recession adding thousands of jobs with incomes rising 2.2 percent but the report says that the rebound hasn't been a cure all for everyone. income for african-americans fell 18 percent last year while hispanic incomes dropped 5 percent. the region experiences a 3.5 percent growth rate c
year the driest start to the new year ever for concord, hayward, sonoma, napa. find out which day will be closest to 70 degrees this >>> skydiving jump goes terribly wrong. parachute malfunctions. the go pro camera shows his free fall and the hard landing he survived. alan martin with a story you will only see on kpix 5. >> reporter: it happened on his 30th jump. >> i look up and see the airplane. >> reporter: florence felt confident after two years of training at the sky dive monterey bay school. >> you just feel like you are flying. >> reporter: seconds in, he felt a jerk. >> just exploded. just dragged me to the side something went wrong. >> reporter: his parachute opened on its own, at 13,000 feet. >> it is super high. a hundred things go through your mind. >> it just opened up at 13,000 feet. you never open above 6,000 feet. >> reporter: talking to his camera, you hear him talking out loud. >> plenty of time just open up. >> reporter: deciding whether to cut loose. >> i said wait a minute, what if the reserve doesn't open. >> reporter
and the dry weather as it is the driest start of the year and in concord and hayward and sonoma and napa. and any chance for the rain in your seven-day forecast. i'll have it for you coming up. ,, [ male announcer ] with citibank it's easy for jay to deposit checks from anywhere. [ wind howling ] easier than actually going to the bank. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. damaged hundreds of homes a injured 53 people. there are no >>> the tornado tiers through the city here. they damaged hundreds of homes, injuring about 53 people. no reports of any death, but the state of emergency is in effect at the university of southern mississippi where the trees were snapped in half. some roofs were ripped away as they tell us that there was as many as 15 tornadoes today in mississippi and in alabama. and that he has had a lot considering that the tornado season, they don't really begin until march. >>> meanwhile across the northeast. people have spent a second
. the current temperatures outside. we have the upper 50s for concord, livermore, san jose, at 56, san francisco, 54, santa rosa, right now, the mild spot at 60 degrees. another chill he night tonight. reminder, it is still early february. we are going to get mild later this week, clear skies, radiational cooling. cold, chose to freezing for fremont, concourt, mountain view, san jose and napa down to that degrees. you have seen this before. i just told you many communities are experiencing the driest, driest, never this dry to start the year, kpix-5 is dry once again. the snowpack, dropping, down to 81% of normal. that is 55% lower than what we were six weeks ago. let's talk about this week coming up. we had one big dome of high pressure that will keep us dry all weeklong. you can see the clouds, everything moving north to south. that is because the high pressure is off to the west. as it stays off to the west we are protected by it. getting the cooling influence of air over alaska and british columbia. so, mornings will be cold. and the next coup
are mellow out there. concord and livermore, look at i-80 there are lots of sunshine. we see about 60 close to emeryville. a look ahead including valentine's day. i'll be back. >> katie: also next the start of spring training is just a few days away but the giants are sport ago new look. tim lincecum >> katie: welcome back. 8:19. quiet if not cold day in the bay area but much different than what they are going on the east coast. >> record snowfall as the system brings several inches of snow. five inches an hour. >> crazy. >> and here we complain a little bit of a chill. there is something to talk about. look from mount tam and upper elevation wind and it will be warmer than yesterday. ten hours and 36 minutes of daylight and high tide, 6.75 but it could cause localized flooding around low-lying areas. live doppler radar atop mount st. helena picking up high clouds. it's very quiet and as we stay pretty inactive along the west coast, it's nothing but active with this winter storm. they are calling it nemo where some of the records are impressive. 34 inches in connecticut where they had five
freezing this morning. so as we look out from our east bay camera out over the bay, concord, livermore, out by the delta and up in the north bay, you are at or below freezing. 40s downtown. we will talk about how warm it will get today. yes, that spring-like feel to the air, that's all ahead in the seven-day outlook. >> thank you, ms. argen. also next, bill murray entertaining fans with his wing and his antics. mike shumann has the third-round highlights of the >> what they are dealing with on the east coast is of historic nature. here we are just roll along, a lot of fun. >> that's right. temperatures will increase along the eastern seaboard in the days ahead. snow will be gone. we are looking at warmer temperatures here where numbers will be well above average. but this morning, boy, is it cold out there. we are talking about a beautiful start to the day, though, despite the freezing temperatures. 7:05 is the official sunrise, setting at 5:44. that's ten hours and 39 minutes of daylight. still the cold, mortgagerly flow is gripping the bay area and that's allowing for the colder dewpoin
. her name hasn't been released. >>> a thief who stole phones from a t-mobile store in concord kind of did it the hard way. he crashed his stolen truck into the store's front window about 6 a.m. this morning. the robber grabbed phones and ran off leaving the truck behind and police are still looking for him. >>> caught on camera. a hidden camera breaking into a home. how a bay area family knew they would be targeted by this burglar. >> if you don't have an id you can still slide. >> we go undercover and find a surprising way to get through airport security without a government identification. >> did you enjoy the rainfall? we had a little last night and a little this morning. but it is now gone. clear skies over the bay bridge looking from our rooftop. find out if there's any rainfall in the extended forecast coming up. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impress
francisco near 60 tomorrow. oakland, 63. 63, antioch. concord, livermore, low 60s. and much -- many locations, i should say in the mid-to-low 60s tomorrow. 61, santa cruz. 63, sunshine, for gilroy. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. bright sunshine as you head out the door on tuesday. really wednesday, temperatures start to come up. on thursday and friday, temperatures upper 60s to near 70 degrees as the high really builds in here, and then we'll back off on the numbers saturday and sunday, bringing us cloud. but thursday and friday, terrific, maybe even some beach days there. >> looks great. >> ama: speaking of the beach, look great at pebble beach. >> mike: brandt snedeker played golf at vanderbilt. courtesy of a scholarship create bid tony wills. today tone where played with brandt and he made sure both of them ended up in the winner's circle. pebble, the most beautiful place to play golf. pebble beach, gorgeous day for all creatures involved. brant snedeker would agree. start tied with james han. brandt took the lead early and never let up. his approach on the second. st
in oakland. our friends in the east bay from livermore, 31. 35 in concord and just as cool as we were yesterday in san jose at 36. 34 in los gatos. 34 on the coast, though around half moon bay and 32 in watsonville. this morning the big changes come in the north bay as much as 11 degrees colder in napa. and by the delta. elsewhere, san francisco and oakland, certainly cooler. we are looking at some changes tonight as our winds pick up. we will get into an offshore flow. so perhaps some of these colder readings will be offset and we will see some warmer temperatures tonight. but overall we are going to stick with these chilly evenings and the warmer, sunnier days. cold temperatures and the frost as you head on out this morning and we will look for a sunny day today with the winds increasing. the hills in the north and east bay by the late afternoon. the evening hours. and that will allow for some pretty gusty winds but we are looking at our warming trend continuing on track right through the middle of the week. cold, high pressure and the northerly flow continues today and that's allow
the concord planning commission voted last night to ban outdoor cultivation of medical marin. the vote is only a recommendation to the city council. council still must make a final decision. if approved by the council, it would become city law in concord. >>> lower fares in the south bay. the metropolitan transportation commission an awarded the santa clara transportation authority $1.3 million for a two-year pilot program that will reduce fares for low income riders. the issue was brought to the city and county officials during a community meeting in september. the program begins later this year. >> winter not done yet. >> no. just when we thought it was maybe out of here last week with the mid-70s. >> it's back. >> 40s and 50s outside right now. also active radar. we're tracking some hev year rain on the way for the bay area at this moment. we'll let you know where there are lightning strikes in california. plus what your weekend looks like in just a few minutes. >> all right, jeff. with ravens quarterback joe flacco conspireing to cheat on the final play of super bowl xlvii? wait till you h
into the concord area. live look at the golden gate. picture-perfect this morning. headlights towards the pay gates of the golden gate coming into san francisco. looks okay right now on westbound 237. i wouldn't be surprised if this drive time turns to yellow here very shortly though. usually right around this i am too of the morning we start to see a little bit of slowing coming around the bend from 880 out towards zanker road. so again your heaviest drive time now that altamont pass commute to livermore and coming through the eastshore freeway. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> today dell is pushing the advantages of its plans to go private. here's now kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks on a monday. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. founder michael dell along with silverlake partners out of menlo park trying to take dell private in a $24.4 billion deal. on friday one of the company's major shareholders called that deal rotten, urged fellow shareholders to not vote in favor of it as a result, dell f
city 58. napa you hit 57. concord and livermore only 55 despite that afternoon sunshine and in the city it only hit 54 degrees. the setup in the atmosphere is this. we had our front move through this morning. you got a little bit of morning rainfall. then we got the clearing. now there's an upper-level area of low pressure. see the counterclockwise swirl at the oregon california border? that's heading in our direction. the shower activity will increase and coverage will increase. we likely will see showers around until about mid-morning to lunchtime tomorrow. so showers through the morning commute. enjoy no, sir showers because after that, i -- enjoy those showers because after that i can't find rain in the forecast for a week and a half. high pressure will stay anchored to our west. another long dry stretch begins tomorrow. so the rain is out of here by lunchtime tomorrow. the weekend will be sunny, chilly mornings, lows near freezing away from the water. highs tomorrow chilly. san jose the average of 63, tomorrow only 54 for you
in concord all around the bay shore line. we'll see lows into 30s tonight so going to be chilly. satellite composite shows that low moving through southern california kicking up a bit of a snow storm into higher elevations. we have a flof cold dry air now. jet stream flowing almost over us. this is a ridge of high pressure going to keep us dry and bring us milder weather. tomorrow going to be a lovely day. sunny skies and to about 58 in san jose. mid to upper 50s and low to mid-50s on the coast. highs into mid-50s upper 50s mainly into the north bay to 60s in santa rosa and 61 if clover dale. inland east bay highs into upper 50s. and near monterey bay, highs here is the accu-weather forecast. milder next week high temperatures on the coast into low 60s by mid week, mid-60s inland. thursday, it's valentine's day. and it's going to be a sweetheart of a day. >> it will. >> enjoy the weather, smooch, smooch. >> coming up next spectacular launch to san francisco's giants sweep campaign. giants sweep campaign. >> world of walking to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a
in san jose and concord, clayton and walnut creek. i'm going to walk you through this day by day because what do you see? absolutely nothing. [ laughter ] >> it looks like by thursday, we will start to see the warmest day of the workweek temperature-wise. when i look at that 69 on thursday, that means almost 70. and all i have been wanting all year is one 70-degree reading. meanwhile, temperatures begin to go down after that valentine's day on thursday. but overnight tonight, again, i think every time i sit next to you, i have to tell you to cover your plants because another freezing night in many of our inland locations. >> but pretty daytime temperatures. thank you. >>> good golf weather? >> looking at that forecast looked like pebble beach weather down there. we are going to hear from dennis o'donnell in just a moment. boy, of all people atop the pro- am leaderboard, it's not bill murray, but the leader is homegrown. come on back. this is speeding. this is in a rush. this is fast food. this is accelerating. and this is happening too fast. thi
. down near freezing again clear night. concord 34 fremont 34, below freegz for santa rosa, napa 32. livermore 33. some of our colder spots and we'll be down near freezing for the next several nights. look at this beautiful shot we caught earlier today. testing those new bay lights, and we had a beautiful shot of the bay bridge. gorgeous. we're going to have lots of gorgeous evenings in this stretch of weather. radar is clear and will stay that way for awhile. i don't see any rain fall any time soon. out of the first 39 days so far this year, 36 of them have been sunny. it's been a very try pattern but if you like sunshine, it's been very papty pattern for you. rain fall this morning gone because the low pressure area that caused that rain fall is also gone. moving to our south and east some high pressure building in. it's going to keep basically a lid on the atmosphere and give you lot of that. sunshine, day after day after day we're going to have sunshine but high pressure will stay up to our west so it's not going to get that warm for the next several days. it's going to keep us
that frost on the lawn in pleasanton, also back in through blackhawk, all the way in towards concord. 36 in san jose. overnight, 30's will be common around the peninsula. look at the traffic heading into the city of san francisco from oakland, on the bay bridge. we we have clear skies. overnight, the patchy frost develops. tomorrow, waking up with the frost. during the daytime hours, a more seasonal day as far as our highs are concerned. this is the area of low pressure that brought us snow yesterday. it's out of here. high pressure quickly filling in. it's sitting pretty for the next seven full days. i'm not looking at any kind of precipitation until about february 21 to the 22nd. otherwise, here's a comparison. where we stand as far as precipitation, there you have last year's anemic numbers. so we're not doing too bad at all, especially in santa rosa. but these numbers dwindle very rapidly without the rainfall. heading to the beach, 60 in santa cruz. that rip current risk remains on the high side. keep that in mind. 50's, 60's across t
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at livermore and concord so chilly all i know land cell and chilly around the bayshore line as well. satellite radar composite image shows storm brought us showers yesterday now pushing through southern cam. it produced snow this evening in the hills around los angeles county but we here in the bay area are drying out now with the nice cold dry flow of wednesday from the north come did you know riding the jet stream through the bay area and high pressure building in now and dry pattern will hold right on through fix week. not only dry but it's milder as the indicate goes by. tomorrow sunny pleasant with high pressure in the south bay mainly in the upper 50's. look for high of 58. santa clara san jose up to 60 at los gatos. on peninsula mid upper 50's. we see 57 degrees at redwood city and palo alto. 58 mountain view on the coast. pacifica 53. high of 55 at half moon bay. in and around san francisco high in the mid 50's. 56 downtown. 54 in the sun set district. up in the north bay sunny mild with high in the upper 50's for most locations 60 at santa rosa and 61 at clover dale. east
.m. police in concord are looking for the person who slashed the tires on dozens of vehicles. a picture posted shows the damage to one of them, all four tires are slashed. about 60 vehicles in all were damaged. they were parked in the area of glacier drive and bel-air drive. they believe it happened earlier this morning. they are asking people to call in with any tips. in fremont, a disaster drill involving hundreds of state and local emergency workers. the horrific looking scene was actually a training drill for police, fire and medical responders. it gave them a chance to practice working together in the event of a major disaster. operation chaos had people posing as victims to help stream line their operations. >> learn how to interact with the fire, paramedic, police and the natural disaster. we are expected to all work together which we don't get to do this type of training a lot. th is a big deal. >> the army national guard, fremont police and even the boy scouts took part in a six-hour exercise. >>> still to come, a look at the controversial process used by the meat industry to t
of the union here on abc7 and abc7news.com tuesday beginning at 6:00 p.m. police in concord are looking for the person who slashed the tires on dozens of vehicles. a picture posted shows the damage to one of them, all four tires are slashed. about 60 vehicles in all were damaged. they were parked in the area of glacier drive and bel-air drive. they believe it happened earlier this morning. they are asking people to call in with any tips. in fremont, a disaster drill involving hundreds of state and local emergency workers. the horrific looking scene was actually a training drill for police, fire and medicalrespond. responders. it gave them a chance to practice working together in the event of a major disaster. operation chaos had people posing as victims to help stream line their operations. >> learn how to interact with the fire, paramedic, police and the natural disaster. we are expected to all work together which we don't get to do this type of training a lot. th is a big deal. >> the army national guard, fremont police and even the boy scouts took part in a six-hour exercise. >>> sti
, this is the driest start, 2013 for all of the cities you see here, sonoma, napa, sfo, redwood city, oakland, concord, hayward, santa cruz running the driest for this record. now, because december was such a wet start to the rainfall season, seasonal totals not looking too bad. but if we stay dry now in the next two weeks, typically one of the wettest times of the year you're going to see these numbers start to drop off even though the snow pack is better than last year which was bone dry. again, these numbers tarting to come down now and starting to lose a chance of seeing rain in the forecast. the culprit is a blocking ridge of high pressure which is taking the active storm track off to the north and subtropical jets to the south. h is going to lead to some clear skies. warm temperatures through the week. warmest day is wednesday, thursday, friday. instead of talking about rain you're going to see this tomorrow. mostly clear skies. patchy of low clouds. morning temperatures, mostly mid 30s to some low 40s for tomorrow morning. and high temperatures tomorrow, a little bit warmer than today. probably
39 degrees in concord. 34 in santa rosa, 43 in san jose. in the afternoon highs expected in the 50s. i hope you brought your jackets today. >> i did. [ laughter ] >> i have one, too. and i'm heading up this way to snow country. after weeks of dry weather in the sierra, the snow is back. many drivers were not prepared though heading over the summit. they had to buy chains. some needed help putting them on. that made good business for those who make a living doing that. it's been a dry season. skiers, though, are ready for fresh powder. as you can see, taking advantage of it in the sierra last night. a little night skiing. >> right. >>> this morning, a massive snowstorm has begun hitting the northeast. take a look at some live pictures right now from new york city. we're not seeing much snow right now but the winter weather is prompting thousands of flight cancellations and the ripple effects extend all the way here to the bay area. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran is at sfo this morning with the latest numbers on cancellations. lots
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